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EStIF 2/19 - Special Issue on Simplified Cost Options

In the spirit of exchanging good practices, Trine Strange and Silas Berthou present lessons learned from the Danish Rural Development Programme, which has implemented standard scales of unit costs since 2015. Marija Herceg, Marin Paladin and Dragomir Pfeifer share experience of successfully implementing simplified costs under the ERDF/Cohesion Fund Competitiveness and Cohesion OP 2014-20 in Croatia, where simplified costs were used for a forest restoration and demining project. In the interview section, Louis Vervloet, Giorgio Centurelli and Maeve Hamilton provide lessons and recommendations for Managing Authorities.
Alongside these special issue contributions, two general articles are included. First, Eduardo Medeiros discusses the challenging concepts of defining and measuring territorial cohesion. Closing the issue, Laura Massoli and Laura Polverari describe the unique experience of the steering committee set up to help institutional and administrative capacity in Italy by coordinating interventions under Thematic Objective 11 (strengthening administrative capacity) and Thematic Objective 2 (digital growth).

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